10 Indian stocks to watch: Ranbaxy, Hero MotoCorp, Tata Motors, more

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Tata Motors close to winning 10 bn rupees defence contract India's Usha Martin Oct-Dec net down 49.26 pct. Reuters Tata Motors close to winning 10 bn rupees defence contract India's Usha Martin Oct-Dec net down 49.26 pct. Reuters
Summary10 newsmaker stocks to watch on Thursday include Ranbaxy, Hero MotoCorp and Tata Motors.

10 newsmaker stocks to watch include Ranbaxy, Hero MotoCorp and Tata Motors.

INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) ups foreign investors' sub-limit in govt bonds to $10 bn from $5 bn

State Bank of India (SBI) raises $1.2 bn in share sale-sources

No longer in eye of storm, caution still abounds over India

Draft PAC report calls for 'criminal investigation' into Delhi airport modernisation project

Ranbaxy Laboratories' Toansa plant under Indian regulator's watch too

Hero MotoCorp unveils concept diesel motorcycle

Tata Motors close to winning 10 bn rupees defence contract

India's Usha Martin Oct-Dec net down 49.26 pct

India's Crompton Greaves reports Oct-Dec net profit

India Infoline raises $117 mn fund, says Oct-Dec consol net down 8.3 pct

India's Titan Company Oct-Dec net down 18.8 pct

India's mobile user base rises 0.7 pct in Nov to 881 mn

Sebi may make succession plan a must in listed companies

AstraZeneca to shut Bangalore R&D site; to impact 170 jobs

EVENTS/FACTORS TO WATCH

* Earnings on Thursday: Hero MotoCorp and Bank of India

* RBI Deputy Governor K.C. Chakrabarty at banking event; at banking conclave

GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP

* NSE Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange slump 1.45 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index drops 0.95 percent.

* Asian shares took a spill on Thursday as strains in emerging markets returned with a vengeance and the Federal Reserve further scaled back its stimulus - sending investors scurrying to safety in bonds and yen.

* US stocks dropped more than 1 percent on Wednesday, hitting session lows after the Federal Reserve stuck with its plan to scale back stimulus even in the midst of emerging market turmoil.

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